Wolf Cinema has just launched three new DLP based front projectors for home theater applications: the SDC-6, the SDC-20 and the SDC-25, an LED-based home theater projection system. All three new models are available immediately.
The 1920×1080 resolution SDC-6 is spec’d at 3,500 ANSI and includes the company’s ProScaler MK III outboard video processor. It’s also a short throw projector (1.5-1.8:1). The SDC-6 uses a 6,000-hour UHP lamp and offers vertical keystone correction, two HDMI inputs and 10-bit video processing.
The SDC-20 is a also native 1920×1080 projector but is spec’d at 5,000 lumens using a 3,500 hour UHP lamp. It too is packaged with an external scaler called the ProScaler MK II that adds six HDMI ports and two component video ports. Other features include an integrated 2.35:1 mode, horizontal and vertical keystone correction and a choice of three lenses from short throw to a long throw up to 2.89:1.
The company’s new SDC-25 LED-based projector is paired with Wolf’s ProScaler MK V. It includes two HDMI ports, a component video input and capability for both 3D and 2D projection. The SDC-25 is also a native 1080p projector that’s spec’d at 1,000 lumens, with a lamp life of over 20,000 hours.